Researcher

More than 405,000 Canadians live with
long-term disability from stroke.
The number will double in 20 years.

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February 14, 2020
Check out the latest Canadian Stroke Recovery News. Learn about research grant winners, trainee news, an upcoming webinar, our latest publications and more.

New Best Practice Recommendations released

January 27, 2020
An important update has been released for the Heart & Stroke Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations (CSBPR) for Rehabilitation, Recovery and Community Participation following Stroke module.

CPSR research in the News

December 2, 2019
Researchers at Toronto Rehab were recently featured on CTV News for their work to prevent falls after stroke. Pictured above, Dr. Avril Mansfield

Hands-on experiences give trainees big picture of stroke research

November 27, 2019
The SPiN class of 2019 enjoyed a content-filled three-plus days in Toronto where 40 trainees from the eight CPSR sites toured 19 labs at Baycrest, Sunnybrook and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, and listened to plenary lectures from prominent stroke researchers and people living with stroke.

"The Canadian Partnership for Stroke Recovery's strength is in its people. We are fortunate in Canada to have a great wealth of people who are leading the way globally in stroke recovery research. This is why I am involved. Great things can be accomplished when we work together. This idea is even reflected in the name. The organization is truly a partnership."


Ada Tang, PhD, CPSR Knowledge Translation Advisory Committee, McMaster University

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